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David Bakradze conducts meeting in Germany
10:16 08.05.2012
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In the frameworks of an official visit, the parliament chairman David Bakradze will conduct meetings in Germany.

As the parliament press-service told to “”, Bakradze will meet with the chairman of Bundestag, Norbert Lammert.  

In addition, it is planned, that the chairman of Georgian parliament will deliver a speech at Konrad Adenauer Foundation. 

Also, Bakradze will attend presentation of the book of Wolfgang Biorzen in the Georgian embassy. 

We will recall you that, yesterday, Barbakadze met with Bundestag Foreign Affairs Committee Chairman, Ruprecht Polenz. The main topic of conversation was the ongoing processes in Georgia, the implemented constitutional and electoral reforms, also, situation created on the Russian-occupied territories of Georgia.  

Georgian delegation will return to back to Georgia on May 10. 

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